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Barbe Guyon

Also Known As: "Guyon", "Guion", "Dion", "Guyon OR Dion", "Marie Barbe Guyon-Dion-Paradis", "Barbe Marie Guyon", "Barbe Paradis", "Barbe Guion"
Birthdate:
Birthplace: Paroisse Saint-Jean, Mortagne, Perche, France
Death: November 20, 1700 (83)
Saints-Pierre-et-Paul, Isle d'Orléans, Québec, Canada
Place of Burial: Saints-Pierre-et-Paul, Isle d'Orléans, Québec, Canada
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Jean Guyon dit Buisson; Jean Guyon and Mathurine-Madeleine Robin dite Boulé
Wife of Pierre Paradis; Pierre Paradis; Pierre Paradis and Pierre-Jacques Paradis
Mother of Marie-Anne Paradis; Guillaume Paradis; Pierre Paradis; Louise Paradis; Jacques Paradis and 15 others
Sister of Marie Andrée Guyon; Jeanne Guyon; Simon Guyon; Marie Guyon; Claude Guyon and 13 others
Half sister of Antoine DIONNE dit Dionne and Jean Dionne dit Sansoucy

Occupation: Ménagère au foyer, Immigrant.
Baptême: 19 avril 1617 à Saint-Jean, Mortagne-au-Perche, Mortagne-au-Perche
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About Barbe Guyon

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Pierre Came to Canada in 1652. He was 48 years old. He came with his wife Barbe Guyon, 35 and their children, Jacques, 11, Marie, 10, Guillaume, 8, Pierre, 5, Jean, 2

Barbe and her husband came to New France about 1652. Barbe Guyon in her later days resided with daughter Marie Bauché.

She arrived with mother and sibblings except Jean in 1635. Father and brother arrived in 1634. Marie Barbe GUYON was baptized on 19 April 1617 in Saint-Jean de Mortagne, Perche, France. Godparents were Jean POUSSET & Barbe POULARD. She died 27 and was buried on 29 Novemer 1700 in St-Pierre, Île d'Orléans, Québec. On 11 February 1632 in Tourouvre, Perche, France, she married Pierre PARADIS, son of Jacques PARADIS & Michelle LEPELLE, who was born on 20 July 1604 in Mortagne, Perche, France. Pierre died on 29 and was buried on 30 January 1675 St-Pierre, Île d'Orléans, Québec. (1)(3)(10) (12)

(1)Frère Éloi-Gérard, B.A., B.P., Mariste, Receuil de Généalogies des comptés de Beauce, Dorchester, Frontenac, 1625-1946, Collège du Sacré-Coeur, Beauceville, P.Q. p. 164. (3) Ibid., Certificat de famille No. 56. (10) A. Godbout, "Origins of French-Canadian Families">, p. 152. (12) PRDH - Université de Montréal.


Barbe and Pierre were married on 11 February 1632 in Mortagne, Perche, France.

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!BIRTH: Date of birth and date of christening are the same; see below for sources.

!CHRISTENING: Data in Godbout, Origine des Familles Canadiennes-Francaises, First Series, Page 151; Brouwer & Cie., Lille, Fncrae, 1925 (republished by Editions Elysee, Montreal, 1979); available at the Library of Congress, Local History & Genealogy Room, open stacks area, call number CS89.G6 (1979); exact date and place found in the French Canadian and Acadian Genealogical Review, Volume I, Number 1 (Spring 1968), "Jean Guyon Before His Departure for Canada," page 18; publication and source data unknown; photocopy in possession of Adrian J. Gravelle; also in the French Canadian and Acadian Genealogical Review, Volume VII, Number 2 (Summer 1979), "A Single Jean Guyon," page 92; publication and source data unknown; photocopy in possession of Adrian J. Gravelle; information also in Tanguay, Dictionnaire Genealogique des Familles Canadiennes, Volume 6, Page 223; Montreal, 1887 (republished by Genealogical Publishing Company, Baltimore, 1967); available at the Library of Congress,Local History & Genealogy Room, open stacks area, call number CS81.T312 (1967).

!MARRIAGE: Date and place found in the French Canadian and Acadian Genealogical Review, Volume I, Number 1 (Spring 1968), "Jean Guyon Before His Departure for Canada," page 24; publication and source data unknown; photocopy in possession of AdrianJ. Gravelle; marriage with no date or place given is also found in Tanguay, Dictionnaire Genealogique des Familles Canadiennes, Volume 1, Pages 294 & 461, and Volume 6, Page 223, Montreal, 1871 & 1887 (republished by Genealogical Publishing Company, Baltimore, 1967); available at the Library of Congress, Local History & Genealogy Room, open stacks area, call number CS81.T312 (1967). NOTE: Tanguay is incomplete and incorrect regarding this person's children, birthplaces and dates; see the French Canadian and Acadian Genealogical Review, Volume VII, Number 2 (Summer 1979), "A Single Jean Guyon," pages 91- 92; publication andsource data unknown; photocopy in possession of Adrian J. Gravelle; and, Godbout, Origine des Familles Canadiennes-Francaises, First Series, Page 151; Brouwer & Cie., Lille, France, 1925 (republished by Editions Elysee, Montreal, 1979); available at the Library of Congress, Local History & Genealogy Room, open stacks area, call number CS89.G6 (1979).

!IMMIGRATION: From Mortagne, Perche, France to Quebec about 1652. The sources are conflicting, some saying 1642 and some saying 1652. One source advocating 1642 is the French Canadian and Acadian Genealogical Review, Volume VII, Number 2 (Summer1979), "A Single Jean Guyon," pages 91- 92; publication and source data unknown; photocopy in possession of Adrian J. Gravelle (says the couple came about 1642, bringing three children born in France); Jette, giving specific baptismal dates for children baptised in France in 1650 and in Quebec in 1653, shows the couple probably immigrated about 1652.

!DEATH: Information from Jette, Dictionnaire Genealogique des Familles du Quebec, page 871; University of Montreal Press, 1983; available at the Library of Congress, Local History and Genealogy Room, open stacks area, call number CS88.Q4J47 (1983).

!BURIAL: Information from Tanguay, Dictionnaire Genealogique des Familles Canadiennes, Volume 6, Page 223; Montreal, 1887 (republished by Genealogical Publishing Company, Baltimore, 1967); available at the Library of Congress, Local History & Genealogy Room, open stacks area, call number CS81.T312 (1967).

OTHER SOURCES: French Canadian and Acadian Genealogical Review, Volume I, Number 1 (Spring 1968), "Jean Guyon Before His Departure for Canada," pages 17-27, and Volume VII, Number 2 (Summer 1979), "A Single Jean Guyon," pages 91-95; publication and source data unknown; copies in the possession of Adrian J. Gravelle (extensive documentation, with translations of original source documents in France and in Quebec on this family from the 1500s; in English). Godbout, Origine des Familles Canadiennes-Francaises, First Series, Page 151; Brouwer & Cie., Lille, France, 1925 (republished by Editions Elysee, Montreal, 1979); available at the Library of Congress, Local History & Genealogy Room, open stacks area, call number CS89.G6 (1979)(quotes original source material from France, including Guyon family baptismal and marriage records; in French). LaForest, Our French Canadian Ancestors, volume 1, pages 120-24; Ste. Anne de Beaupre, 1983; available at the Library of Congress, Local History & Genealogy Room, open stacks area, call number CS89.L413 (1983) (a whole chapter on Jacques Paradis and his son, Pierre Paradis and his family).

Etat Civil - Acte de naissance Date de l'acte :19/04/1616Lieu de l'acte :Mortagne-Au-Perche (61) SUJET : GUYON Barbe Père : GUYON SIEUR DUBUISSON Jean Mère : ROBIN BOULE Mathurine MadeleineInfos complémentaires : Sexe: F Source Acte n° : 101100057914513329 Auteur du relevé : GENEALOGIE EN CORREZE

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!BIRTH: Date of birth and date of christening are the same; see below for sources.

!CHRISTENING: Data in Godbout, Origine des Familles Canadiennes-Francaises, First Series, Page 151; Brouwer & Cie., Lille, Fncrae, 1925 (republished by Editions Elysee, Montreal, 1979); available at the Library of Congress, Local History & Genealogy Room, open stacks area, call number CS89.G6 (1979); exact date and place found in the French Canadian and Acadian Genealogical Review, Volume I, Number 1 (Spring 1968), "Jean Guyon Before His Departure for Canada," page 18; publication and source data unknown; photocopy in possession of Adrian J. Gravelle; also in the French Canadian and Acadian Genealogical Review, Volume VII, Number 2 (Summer 1979), "A Single Jean Guyon," page 92; publication and source data unknown; photocopy in possession of Adrian J. Gravelle; information also in Tanguay, Dictionnaire Genealogique des Familles Canadiennes, Volume 6, Page 223; Montreal, 1887 (republished by Genealogical Publishing Company, Baltimore, 1967); available at the Library of Congress,Local History & Genealogy Room, open stacks area, call number CS81.T312 (1967).

!MARRIAGE: Date and place found in the French Canadian and Acadian Genealogical Review, Volume I, Number 1 (Spring 1968), "Jean Guyon Before His Departure for Canada," page 24; publication and source data unknown; photocopy in possession of AdrianJ. Gravelle; marriage with no date or place given is also found in Tanguay, Dictionnaire Genealogique des Familles Canadiennes, Volume 1, Pages 294 & 461, and Volume 6, Page 223, Montreal, 1871 & 1887 (republished by Genealogical Publishing Company, Baltimore, 1967); available at the Library of Congress, Local History & Genealogy Room, open stacks area, call number CS81.T312 (1967). NOTE: Tanguay is incomplete and incorrect regarding this person's children, birthplaces and dates; see the French Canadian and Acadian Genealogical Review, Volume VII, Number 2 (Summer 1979), "A Single Jean Guyon," pages 91- 92; publication andsource data unknown; photocopy in possession of Adrian J. Gravelle; and, Godbout, Origine des Familles Canadiennes-Francaises, First Series, Page 151; Brouwer & Cie., Lille, France, 1925 (republished by Editions Elysee, Montreal, 1979); available at the Library of Congress, Local History & Genealogy Room, open stacks area, call number CS89.G6 (1979).

!IMMIGRATION: From Mortagne, Perche, France to Quebec about 1652. The sources are conflicting, some saying 1642 and some saying 1652. One source advocating 1642 is the French Canadian and Acadian Genealogical Review, Volume VII, Number 2 (Summer1979), "A Single Jean Guyon," pages 91- 92; publication and source data unknown; photocopy in possession of Adrian J. Gravelle (says the couple came about 1642, bringing three children born in France); Jette, giving specific baptismal dates for children baptised in France in 1650 and in Quebec in 1653, shows the couple probably immigrated about 1652.

!DEATH: Information from Jette, Dictionnaire Genealogique des Familles du Quebec, page 871; University of Montreal Press, 1983; available at the Library of Congress, Local History and Genealogy Room, open stacks area, call number CS88.Q4J47 (1983).

!BURIAL: Information from Tanguay, Dictionnaire Genealogique des Familles Canadiennes, Volume 6, Page 223; Montreal, 1887 (republished by Genealogical Publishing Company, Baltimore, 1967); available at the Library of Congress, Local History & Genealogy Room, open stacks area, call number CS81.T312 (1967).

OTHER SOURCES: French Canadian and Acadian Genealogical Review, Volume I, Number 1 (Spring 1968), "Jean Guyon Before His Departure for Canada," pages 17-27, and Volume VII, Number 2 (Summer 1979), "A Single Jean Guyon," pages 91-95; publication and source data unknown; copies in the possession of Adrian J. Gravelle (extensive documentation, with translations of original source documents in France and in Quebec on this family from the 1500s; in English). Godbout, Origine des Familles Canadiennes-Francaises, First Series, Page 151; Brouwer & Cie., Lille, France, 1925 (republished by Editions Elysee, Montreal, 1979); available at the Library of Congress, Local History & Genealogy Room, open stacks area, call number CS89.G6 (1979)(quotes original source material from France, including Guyon family baptismal and marriage records; in French). LaForest, Our French Canadian Ancestors, volume 1, pages 120-24; Ste. Anne de Beaupre, 1983; available at the Library of Congress, Local History & Genealogy Room, open stacks area, call number CS89.L413 (1983) (a whole chapter on Jacques Paradis and his son, Pierre Paradis and his family).

se nomme aussi Marie GUYON et Barbe DION ANCETRE (CT 11-02-1632 Mathurin Roussel (Mortagne) avec Pierre Paradis

Morte subitement, veuve à St-Pierre, I.O.


MP: Barbe Guyon

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Mariage a 14 ans.

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Dictionnaire national des Canadiens-français, 1608-1760: p. 56; p. 1023.

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Barbe Guyon du Buisson was born on 18 Apr 1617 inSt Jn de Mortagne, Perche, Orne, France. She was baptized on 19 Apr 1617 in St Jn de Mortagne, Perche, Orne, France. She died on 27 Nov 1700 in St Pierre, Isle Orleans, Que. She was buried on 29 Nov 1700 in St Pierre, Isle Orleans, Que. By 1626 Jean Guyon, father of Barbe Guyon, was ready to move into a more spacious house, and he purchased one in the parish of Notre Dame de Mortagne. It had two lower chambers with a high chamber and a small study above them and an upstairs over the high chamber. There was also a cellar, a wood house and a courtyard. This house was on the Rue de la Barberye, which extended from the St Denis Gate to the college of Toussaint. It was in this house in the parish of Notre-Dame de Mortagne that, on 11 Feb 1632, there was entered into the marriage contract between Barbe, eldest daughter of Jean Guyon, then not quite 15, and Pierre Paradis, gunsmith, son of the late Jacques Paradis and of Michelle Pesle. Pierre was attended by his mother, his brothers Jacques and Guillaume Paradis, his brother-in-law Francois Lespinay (Godbout calls him LESVERON), carpenter, and his cousin Jean Dupont. As a trousseau, Barbe had half a dozen sheets, half a dozen table cloths, 12 napkins, a feather bed with canopy, curtains, bed clothes and bedstead, an expandable table with two forms, 4 stools, 2 chairs, one small bed, all made of wood, a half dozen porringers and plates with a pot and a pint container, all made of pewter, 2 dishes and cups of pewter, a boiler with its spoon and cover and a small caldron and frying pan, all made of iron. She was to be given 30 pounds the day of her wedding and 90 pounds one year later. For his part, Pierre Paradis was allowed the usage for 6 years of all the tools and equipment needed for his trade.

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Barbe Guyon's Timeline

1617
April 19, 1617
Mortagne, Perche, France
April 19, 1617
Mortagne, Perche, France
April 19, 1617
St. Jean, Mortagne, Perche, France
April 19, 1617
Mortagne-au-Perche, Orne, Normandy, France
April 19, 1617
MORTAGNE, Perche, France, ,
April 19, 1617
St. Jean, Mortagne, Perche, France
1634
April 4, 1634
Mortagne, Perche, France
1635
February 5, 1635
Mortagne, Perche, France